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The House of Tomorrow by Peter Bognanni
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Jul 22, 10

bookshelves: character, read-in-2010, story, teen-fiction, teen-realistic
Read in July, 2010

Sebastian has grown up in a geodesic dome with his grandmother, who devoutly follows the teachings of the futurist Buckminster Fuller. She tells Sebastian he has a path in life: to save humanity. But while giving a tour to a woman, Janice Whitcomb, and her son, Jared, Nana has a stroke. The story of an unlikely friendship between the sheltered Sebastian and the angry Jared recovering from heart surgery who bond over forming a punk rock band, The Rash. Bittersweet, unusual, and well-written coming-of-age story.
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